From: Vincent Cunniffe (vincent at domain cunniffe.net)
Date: Tue 10 Sep 2002 - 15:08:24 IST
> Hello all,
> I'm now accessing the Internet over a satellite system. This is excellent
> in windows but I need to know what to do to get it to work in Linux. The
> settings that I have to change in windows are as follows
How do you physically access it? Router plugged into your existing
> ip address to dhtcp
> dms and alternate dms
> primary dmssuffix
> There is no proxy and I have IE set to automatically detect settings.
> Can someone tell me where to find these settings in red hat?
run the program 'setup', then select 'Network Settings' from the
menu. Enable 'DHCP' mode for the interface, and if necessary
enter the new default gateway as the satellite router IP, and
the new DNS information also.
It's possible that the DHCP server on the satellite router will
set the DNS and gateway information itself : the DHCP protocol
permits this if the client and server both support it.
Then exit the program, run 'service network restart' and it
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